And the Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture, Drama Goes To…
#TaniaOnTheScene - “12 Years A Slave” took home top prize at the 71st annual Golden Globe Awards last night. The historical flick won best movie drama, including Hollywood press association’s final award of the night for best motion picture drama. Director Steve McQueen referenced a gospel tune from the movie and said during his acceptance speech, “I’m a little bit in shock. ‘Roll, Jordan, Roll!”
#TaniaOnTheScene - Jeanne Cooper, 84, the enduring soap opera star who played grande dame Katherine Chancellor for nearly four decades on CBS’ “The Young and the Restless,” died Wednesday in her sleep, according to the network.
Cooper’s son, actor Corbin Bernsen, said last month in Twitter messages that she had been suffering from an undisclosed illness.
A Los Angeles resident, Cooper joined the daytime serial six months after its March 1973 debut, staking claim to the title of longest-tenured cast member. The role earned her 11 Daytime Emmy nominations and a trophy for best actress in a drama series in 2008.
According to a source, “Angelina is going to be back with the cast and she starts filming in a few weeks.” Does that mean she’ll take over Snooki’s old bed next to JWOWW on the first floor? It doesn’t sound like it. Angelina will reportedly only appear on three episodes. And if she’s filming weeks from now, then it doesn’t sound like she’ll be there in time to move in which is during the next week or so.
I had the honor and privilege of hitting the red carpet to talk to the star of the film, “SAFE,” Jason Statham.
#TaniaOnTheScene || #TaniaSuggests you check out the red carpet interview, and then the review of the movie below.
Without giving away too much of the movie, I’ll start with saying, if you’re a Jason Statham fan, this movie will NOT disappoint.
The synopsis: A second-rate cage fighter on the mixed martial arts circuit, lives a life of beatings and chump change … until the day he blows a rigged fight. That’s when all the action and suspense begins, because the Russian Mafia murders his family and banishes him. While Luke, Jason Statham, wanders the streets of NY, he witnesses a young girl being chased by the same thugs that banished him. While trying to save little Mei’s life, Luke is, of course, faced with several obstacles that forces him to use his fighting skills.
The movie is rated R for strong violence and language.
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